In the early 1970’s, cult short film director Kenneth Anger teamed up with Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page to produce music for a 30-minute short inspired by the works of renowned occultist Aleister Crowley. Three years later, Anger fired Page for taking too long to produce the music and instead hired Bobby Beausoliel, who was serving a life sentence for the murder of Gary Hinman, an order given by Charles Manson. Beausoliel recorded the music in prison.
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